ASA Math Masterclass Makes A Stop In the Upper West Training
The African Science Academy (ASA) Maths Masterclass has set sights on the Upper West Region for its 9th edition. The programme is supported by Tullow Oil. The training is facilitated by the Ghana Society for Education Technology and will be held on the 25th of November at the FFM Centre in Jirapa.
A total of 60 high school mathematics teachers have been selected from the region to take part in the programme. The programme will equip and guide the selected teachers on innovative teaching techniques that can be embedded in their day-to-day teaching as math educators as well as aid them in tackling some challenging math concepts.
Since its birth in 2017, the Maths Masterclass has had an impact on the educational lives of over 420 teachers and 45,000 students across the country. The programme has been held in over 8 regions till date. ASA hopes to positively impact the academic lives of high school students and become the leading name in the STEM education for girls in Ghana.
The African Science Academy is an all girls post-secondary school devoted to advancing STEM education in Ghana and Africa as a whole. ASA seeks to change the mindset of the public, more especially females- towards STEM fields and help them find their passions in these fields.